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the previous administration did. we have been winning them. >> president obama and the running meet in their first presidential debate. what and engage with c-span with our live debate preview. followed by two ways to watch the debate at 9:00. both candidates on screen the entire debate. the multi camera version of the debate. falling, your reaction. follow our live coverage online at c-span.org ctb. >> christine lagarde said uncertainty in the euro zone and the u.s. economy are slowing down the global economy. she also talked about the fiscal cliff and the political climate in the united states as well as the role of central banks. this is about 1.5 hours. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> let me will commute to the peterson institute of international economics. christine hildegarlagarde, fromr prior position as minister of finance in france and continuing at the home of the imf. chief famously attended some of her high school in earlier days here in bethesda. she is a lawyer by training. she spent mu
trade cases against china than the previous edition lustration did. >> president obama em romney meet in their first presidential debate. we moderate from the university of denver. what engage with our live event preview followed by two ways to watch the debate at 9:00. both candidates on screen the entire debate. the multi camera version of the debate. following, your reaction. follow our coverage. >> the next a look at u.s. nuclear security efforts and the comprehensive test ban treaty. rose gottemoeller talked about the need for the u.s. to ratify the treaty even as the country has observed a moratorium. this is about 45 minutes. >> in the ceo of the american securities project. welcome. if you're not familiar with a.s.p, we are nonprofit to take on national-security issues from a non-partisan perspective. we were founded in 2006. they all remain on our board today. one of the point they raised then is a lot of these issues get painted one way or another. we tend to feel that they should get painted in the perspective and national security. we have a number of publications outside.
reputation, as you know. i look forward to working with barack obama and playing a very constructive role in his presidency, bringing about the kind of change this country needs. >> we will have more from the 2004 debate along with three other vice presidential debates -- it is all starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. >> the first and only vice presidential debate takes place this week. watch engage with cspan as joe biden and paul ryan meet this thursday, october 11, in kentucky. our previous starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern and at 9:00, martha raddatz moderate the 90-minute debate with questions focusing on foreign and domestic policy. post-debate, of your reactions and comments. follow our live coverage on cspan, cspan radio, and on line at c-span.org. >> cspan's campaign 2012 web site provides live and on demand coverage all the presidential and vice presidential debates. it is the only place where you will see our live coverage of behind-the-scenes sights and sounds before and after the debates. we have each debate question separated by topic. watch your creative clips and read a
, there is a lot of talk around turnaround schools and teacher quality. that is a big part of the education debate in this country. those are issues the obama administration has focused on for fixing failing schools. he has a laser focus on effectiveness in teaching and how to improve our teacher work force. the romney campaign has expressed interest in improving the schools through a different avenue by promoting more choice for parents. neither side is recognizing that those reforms if ever put in place will be far less successful if children are not giving the solid foundation in the first place. children growing up in the impoverished conditions have little access to the education that they need in those younger years. those reforms would not go anywhere. we need to get serious about the problem we are talking about today. schools need to teach those basic skills, but we really need our children in environments where there are focused on innovative thinking, flexible thinking, deeper knowledge in multiples subject matters. wouldn't it be smarter, a far better use of our public funds of thinkin
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